Living the Dream.

My name is Jonathan. I make music for a living. Nashville is my home. My life is full of spontaneity and travel.

Family is everything.

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God I love this crazy group of guys I live with. Perfect roommates in the perfect house in the perfect city.

through-hellorhighwater:

I let the bad parts in.

through-hellorhighwater:

I let the bad parts in.

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So excited to get to work on this record! They’ve raise over $20,000 in 12 hours. Show some love and support!

ojmighthavedoneit:

Ferguson Protests: Where Do We Stand? Russell Brand The Trews (E123).

watch Russell Brand be beautiful and make valid points

all-red-things:

Cenk Uygur from The Young Turks talking about the Ferguson protests and the silly attitudes of the city officials

porcelain-horse-horselain:

cursedcamper:

porcelain-horse-horselain:

Sign the petition and spread this!

Anyone else having difficulty signing this? for some reason every petition related to police brutality/ michael brown and ferguson is stating there is an error and i can’t sign…

I made this post even though I couldn’t sign, because darkness760 asked me to boost this petition.
I thought perhaps the only reason I was getting the error was because I am on a mobile device, and I figured I could just sign later…
But yeah, it seems a lot of people are getting this message:
“An error has occurred 
Sorry, there is a technical problem and this petition cannot be signed right now. Please try again in a few minutes.
If you receive this error repeatedly, you may contact We The People to report the problem.”
If this is an attempt to suppress this petition, it’s pathetic. These petitions don’t become law when signed enough. When they get enough signatures, all it means is that the Whitehouse website will make a statement in response. It’s very cowardly that apparently making a statement on something important like this is so outrageously out of the question that they have to rig the website to avoid it. Meanwhile, that fucking “haha lol Death Star” petition was allowed to run and even that got a response.

porcelain-horse-horselain:

cursedcamper:

porcelain-horse-horselain:

Sign the petition and spread this!

Anyone else having difficulty signing this? for some reason every petition related to police brutality/ michael brown and ferguson is stating there is an error and i can’t sign…

I made this post even though I couldn’t sign, because darkness760 asked me to boost this petition. I thought perhaps the only reason I was getting the error was because I am on a mobile device, and I figured I could just sign later… But yeah, it seems a lot of people are getting this message: “An error has occurred Sorry, there is a technical problem and this petition cannot be signed right now. Please try again in a few minutes. If you receive this error repeatedly, you may contact We The People to report the problem.” If this is an attempt to suppress this petition, it’s pathetic. These petitions don’t become law when signed enough. When they get enough signatures, all it means is that the Whitehouse website will make a statement in response. It’s very cowardly that apparently making a statement on something important like this is so outrageously out of the question that they have to rig the website to avoid it. Meanwhile, that fucking “haha lol Death Star” petition was allowed to run and even that got a response.
socialismartnature:









 Rana Nazzal  ‏@zaytouni_rana 


Hamde Abu tells #Ferguson that #Palestine knows what it means to be shot for your ethnicity


Resistance is justified, from #Ferguson to #Palestine

socialismartnature:

Hamde Abu tells that knows what it means to be shot for your ethnicity

Resistance is justified, from #Ferguson to #Palestine

xaszatm:

Above: Ferguson on August 13th
Below: Ferguson on August 14th after the National Guard took over.
You see this? You see this? THIS is how you deal with a protest. You sit with them. You talk with them. You march with them. You eat with them. Understand their ideals and discuss them. Even embrace them if they have a point. The difference between yesterday and today is a switch. This, if nothing else, proves how utterly incompetent Ferguson’s cops are.

xaszatm:

Above: Ferguson on August 13th

Below: Ferguson on August 14th after the National Guard took over.

You see this? You see this? THIS is how you deal with a protest. You sit with them. You talk with them. You march with them. You eat with them. Understand their ideals and discuss them. Even embrace them if they have a point. The difference between yesterday and today is a switch. This, if nothing else, proves how utterly incompetent Ferguson’s cops are.

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